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Uber’s competition, Lyft, also announced it would donate $1 million in the next four years to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which was responsible for securing an emergency order that temporarily bars the country form deporting people impacted by the travel ban.
"Banning people of a particular faith or creed, race or identity, sexuality or ethnicity, from entering the U.S. is antithetical to both Lyft's and our nation's core values," Lyft officials wrote in a statement. "We stand firmly against these actions, and will not be silent on issues that threaten the values of our community."
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Both Uber and Lyft have a presence in the Dayton region, and started operating at the Dayton International Airport in December. Uber brought in more than $1.5 billion in revenue in 2015.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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